Tylenol after Vaccination....

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Tylenol after Vaccination....
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Sat, 10-17-2009 - 7:59am

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Registered: 06-16-2009
Sat, 10-17-2009 - 12:04pm
hopefully this information stops pediatricians from routinely recommending an antipyretic for their patients receiving vaccinations.

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Registered: 08-09-2009
Sun, 10-18-2009 - 4:24am

It makes sense, but do you think a child's dose of Tylenol would mask a serious reaction to a vaccine? I mean one that would be a real problem in that child's life? I would think that the 80mg of Tylenol wouldn't be enough. KWIM?

*And you spelled glutathione right ;)*

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Registered: 07-17-2005
Sun, 10-18-2009 - 1:41pm

The story calls this "new research" but there's nothing "new" about the outcome. My opinion - the old research said the same but the researchers got blacklisted and the lifesaving information has been withheld. Oh and lets don't forget - the medical journal that published this research also got blacklisted, its no longer respected by the medical community.

When will these researchers ever learn? You don't mess with the sweet little "vaccines are safe and effective" box...any thinking outside of it will get you blacklisted from any and all circles.

It's so outrageous!

Edited to add...I just noticed this study was published in the Lancet which has long been blacklisted by American doctors and scientist.




Edited 10/18/2009 1:49 pm ET by crunchymomto2
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Sun, 10-18-2009 - 3:32pm
Good.

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Sun, 10-18-2009 - 6:26pm
I also wonder why parents are so against immunizations because a child is too young, but don't consider beginning a vaccine schedule later in a child's life when they would be more able to handle the vaccines given. I know that some parents do but I'm referring to the parents that choose never to vaccinate due to the fact that they didn't start their child right after they were born so they choose to never start.
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Sun, 10-18-2009 - 7:09pm
I can not speak to that line of thought because it does not coincide with my beliefs. I do not think that the vaccines are necessarily safer in older children, I think it would be easier to determine that a vaccine caused damage in an older child sometimes

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Sun, 10-18-2009 - 8:23pm
I think you are oversimplifying someone's argument.

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Mon, 10-19-2009 - 8:27am
Did you see that study that was put out maybe last year or the year before about the discovery that the brain was still being developed into the teenage years?
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Registered: 06-16-2009
Mon, 10-19-2009 - 2:15pm
They had a study that said that recently?

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Mon, 10-19-2009 - 2:34pm

I think it was debated - and the age was debated. Latest information I found showed heck, at the age of 50, it's still in development.


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